He and Ken Daneyko now regularly, easily swap good thoughts and observations. Doesn’t hurt that these Devils mostly play exciting hockey.
The current proposal will ensure that controversial incompletions — such as Calvin Johnson’s infamous play in 2010 and Bryant’s in 2014 — will instead be ruled completions in the future, but Blandino said it would also open a new realm of judgment in determining whether a football move took place.
If the receiver performs an act common to the game, Blandino said, if he performs a football move, whatever you want to call it, on the way to the ground, if you say that supersedes him having to hold the ball all the way to the ground, then that adds another layer of judgment for the official and in replay.
You’re just shifting the debate from, ‘Was he going to the ground and did he hold on to it?’ to ‘Did he make a football move?’
This is SportsCenter! Saturday morning’s ESPN SportsCenter reported UMBC’s defeat of Virginia the night before ranks up there with sports’ biggest upsets, including the Jets’ Super Bowl III win against Indianapolis. Seriously.
Think the NCAA is relieved that FBI program-of-interest Arizona was bounced in the first round? TV’s sideline reporters, too. They now don’t have to worry about interviewing coach Sean Miller, thus not having to decide to ask him about distractions.
Future Headline: Tiger Woods, 10 Million Others Perish In Nuclear Explosion
Tiger Woods TV has returned as the Silliest Show on Earth. Sunday an NBC promo for the final round, claimed, Tiger Woods is one off the lead.
During the third round, NBC’s Gary Koch noted that a hospitality tent is filled with servicemen and women: And you know they’re cheering for Tiger, with his military background, with his father’s background.